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Re: What's your highest Credit Card limit?

Mine is a tie at $2000 for BOA 123 Cash Rewards Platinum Plus Visa and Walmart Discover.

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Re: What's your highest Credit Card limit?

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None of these are mine but these are the highest I've seen (verified) of people I know:

Citi: 85,000
Citi: 60,000
Citi: 55,000

All AA airmiles cards. My goal is to beat the 55 one. Haha
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Re: What's your highest Credit Card limit?

AMEX BCE : $2000

Chase Freedom : $1000

Bank of America Student Platinum : $700


Not bad for a college kid, right? Smiley Tongue

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Re: What's your highest Credit Card limit?

Wells Fargo Rewards 3800 (just approved) followed closely by Discover More at 3000.... goal set for 2012 to get Discover to 5000

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My Wallet : Dicover More 35,500 CL -Amex Zync NPSL -WellsFargoRewards4800 - -CapOne 3000CL -GEMBWalMart 5000CL - Zales 4000CL-Kays 2900--Macys 5000CL /SSFCU 5000CL / CitiBank Diamond Pref 15000CL - CHASE Freedom 13500CL -Lowes 10,000 CL - BBuyStoreCard 10,000CL Sears Store Card (Citi) 3000 - Firestone CFNB 1400 Toyota Financial $35,000 Auto -2200DiscountTire(GECRB) Citi TY Preferred 8100CL - Chase Slate$4000-BofA15000-ToyotaRewardsVisa$10,700 -BofA$8500 AMEX BCE 9,500
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Registered: ‎10-21-2011

Re: What's your highest Credit Card limit?

Discover $11,500 CL


Last year I only had one card with chase at a $600 CL.  Now chase cc is at $1500.  Amazing what being proactive with credit can achieve so quickly.

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Re: What's your highest Credit Card limit?

Sapphire Preferred and Citi Hilton tied at $15k each

About $215,000 total credit among 11 cards
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Re: What's your highest Credit Card limit?

AirTran Visa Platinum $2,000.00  (Booooo)  

CareCredit $1,800.00

HSBC Best Buy (RZMC) $1.570.00


WF Home Projects Visa $8500 / Towpath CU Visa $7000 / Chase Freedom Visa $5500 / Cap 1 QS Visa Sig $5000 / Barclaycard Ring MC $5000 / GE Lowes $5000 / Citi Best Buy MC $4250 / Barclaycard Rewards Visa $4000 / BFG CU Visa $3500 / Citi Sears$3000 / WF Visa $2000 / GE Walmart $1900 / GE Care Credit $1900 / GE Amazon $1400 / Cap 1 Kohls $1000 / GE Old Navy $800 / Webbank Fingerhut $700
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Re: What's your highest Credit Card limit?

Citi Dividend $5200, Citi Forward a close second at $5000.


Lowest is US Bank Platinum $500.

In My Wallet:
AMEX BCE, Citi Forward, Chase Freedom

In My Sockdrawer:
AMEX Clear, Citi Platinum Select, US Bank Platinum, J.Crew
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Re: What's your highest Credit Card limit?

Sapphire preferred & J P Morgan at 5K


Amex Plat had 9K pushed through it so far so unknown.

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Re: What's your highest Credit Card limit?

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It used to be my MBNA Quantum, then Bank of America, which I closed in 2007 at $100,000. As of now AmEx at $25,000.

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